Albert E Trimble

Transcribed by Linda K. Lewis, Jan, 2015.

Source: Olathe Mirror, Olathe, KS, Thurs. 26 Sep 1918, pg. 10.

Death of A. E. Trimble.

Mr. Albert E. Trimble, one of the early settlers of this community, passed away very early Saturday morning at his home just east of Stilwell. He had been ailing for several years, but was able to be around, until about a week ago the disease from which he was suffering took serious developments.

Mr. Thimble [sic] was born near Bethel, Bath county, Kentucky, on August 1, 1847. He came to Belton, Mo., in 1870, and then moved to Aubry, Kan., in 1875. He was married to Utopia Case on February 20, 1876, and continued to live in this vicinity until his death, at the age of 71 years, one month and 21 days. To this union were born two children, Edna B, wife of James Baker and Clarence Lee, who lived with his parents. 

He leaved to mourn his death, the wife, son and daughter, one grand child, little Fern Baker, two brothers, one sister and a host of friends.

The funeral was held Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock, in the Methodist church, Rev. H. J. Rand, our former pastor, preached the funeral services. Mr. Ralph Davis, of Spring Hill, had charge of the funeral arrangements and interment was made in the Aubry cemetery.

 

 

 

 

Death of A. E. Trimble.

Mr. Albert E. Trimble, one of the early settlers of this community, passed away very early Saturday morning at his home just east of Stilwell. He had been ailing for several years, but was able to be around, until about a week ago the disease from which he was suffering took serious developments.

Mr. Thimble [sic] was born near Bethel, Bath county, Kentucky, on August 1, 1847. He came to Belton, Mo., in 1870, and then moved to Aubry, Kan., in 1875. He was married to Utopia Case on February 20, 1876, and continued to live in this vicinity until his death, at the age of 71 years, one month and 21 days. To this union were born two children, Edna B, wife of James Baker and Clarence Lee, who lived with his parents. 

He leaved to mourn his death, the wife, son and daughter, one grand child, little Fern Baker, two brothers, one sister and a host of friends.

The funeral was held Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock, in the Methodist church, Rev. H. J. Rand, our former pastor, preached the funeral services. Mr. Ralph Davis, of Spring Hill, had charge of the funeral arrangements and interment was made in the Aubry cemetery.

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